6400 - Business Computer Technology (Max.
Hands-on instruction in basic computer hardware components
and software applications. Lessons are designed to reinforce
and compliment the computer skills being integrated
throughout the elementary and middle school curriculum.
Touch keying skills are improved as students are
provided with instruction and
experience in word processing, spreadsheet, graphics, multimedia, and
telecommunication applications. Societal issues, copyright laws, and Internet
safety are taught with the use of Think.com.
6511 - Keyboarding (Max. Enrollment: 26)
Basic touch typing
keyboarding skills which consist of fluent manipulation of letter,
figure/symbol, and basic service keys. Communication and business skills
are reinforced as students learn basic formatting for formal letters,
memorandums, unbound documents, and news releases.
editing skills are also developed in this course.
6208 - Exploring Business Technologies (Max. Enrollment: 18)
This course is
designed to explore the nature of business in an international economy and to
study related careers in fields such as entrepreneurship, financial services,
information technology, marketing, office systems technology, public relations
and promotion, and travel and tourism. Emphasis is on using the computer while
studying applications in these careers along with problem solving and thinking